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Jul 2, 2012 6:00pm PDT
, but a lot of congestion. >> the mayor of baltimore is among those appealing to help each other. >> asking all of our city residents to check on your vulnerable neighbors, 65 and older, without pou skbrer those they know don't have air conditioning. check on them z living in isolation, check and to come together neighbor to neighbor. >> so far, that is just what's happening. the question is... how long will people keep their cool? >> we'd like the power back, it's hot. we're ready to get back to normal. >> and that is a tough situation. there are temperatures into the east into triple digits again. and there is no break for the next couple day ootz president is offering condolences to the families of the crew of a military plane that crashed while fighting a wildfire. there is a glimmer of hope in colorado springs. officials say they stopped the massive fire from getting bigger, it's 65% contained and there are nearly 18,000 acres charred. it's the worst fire in the hate's history. >> there is money matters the manufacturing index has fallen. to 45.7 last month. that is on a sca
Jul 12, 2012 7:00am PDT
picture. it happens with other cities with grid patterns like baltimore and chicago. let me give you those dates so you know. in chicago, september 25th. in particular, march 12th and around september 2nd. the question i ask, was new york designed by space aliens? that has nothing to do with it. it has to do with the grid pattern and the sun sets right between there. here, the heat returns as we get back into the east coast. washington, d.c., new york city, all going back in the 90s. the heat comes back on sunday. washington, d.c., about saturday into sunday. hasn't it been a nice break to get temperatures and lower humidities. the 80s and lower humidities. here's where thunderstorms could light up. bismarck, fargo, sioux falls. you'll see the strongest storms during the day today. >> all that weather was brought to you by florida's natural orange juice. you're right, george. yesterday would have been the day. >> i'll mark it on my calendar for next year. >> the incredible thing that happened yesterday. sorry you missed it. >>> you all missed this. brand-new pictures of katie and sur
Jul 5, 2012 4:00am PDT
, chicago should reach 100 again today. on top of that, baltimore will be 98, with oppressive humidity there. also, dallas, indianapolis, kansas city and atlanta will all be in the upper 90s. what a rough start to summer, man. >> it's hot. >>> still ahead this morning, some stunning findings about that ship disaster off of italy's coast. >>> plus this morning, a damaging, new report about countrywide and its actions before the nation's foreclosure crisis. that's coming up in business news. >>> and that lifeguard mutiny in florida. think, no good deed goes unpunished. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, economists are crying, four more years. many experts believe that is how long unemployment will stay above 6%, whoever is elected president in november. the economists surveyed by the associated press expect the unemployment rates to be 8% come election day. and with 8.2% back in may. and we'll get the june figures tomorrow. >>> overseas investors are mostly on the sidelines, waiting for decisions by the european central bank. tokyo's nikkei average fell 24 points today. hong kong's hang
Jul 5, 2012 1:40am PDT
wyoming, montana could see severe storms, winds up to 70 miles an hour. salt lake city, denver, albuquerque under the threat of flash flooding. >> new york city will hit 93, with lower humidity. baltimore and chicago could break records with temperatures close to 100. phoenix cooler than usual at 97. >>> phoenix and other cities in arizona and new mexico are bracing for the annual monsoon season. outside albuquerque, they placed sandbags in and around homes as a precaution. and the national guard is there as well. just in case. there is a big risk of flash floods after recent wildfires burned off all of the vegetation. >>> and now we turn to some holiday outings that turned to tragic freak accidents. a 10-year-old boy swimming in an eastern tennessee marina was electrocuted in the water, and another boy, he nearly died. the two were swimming between houseboats on cherokee lake in east tennessee. several other people were taken to the hospital. >>> in missouri two children there were electrocuted in lake of the ozarks after swimming off a private dock, the victims a 13-year-old
Jul 3, 2012 1:40am PDT
. >>> 60s in the pacific northwest. 90s from salt lake city to baltimore. and 80s here in the northeast. >>> well, crews battling the huge western wildfires need all the help they can get. but actually they now have just lost some crucial equipment in the fight. seven military air tankers are now grounded after a c-130 cargo plane with a crew of six went down sunday night while fighting a fire in south dakota. the crash killed at least one of the crew members who were based in north carolina. president obama has already offered his condolences. >>> new details are emerging about the navy jet that slammed into a virginia beach apartment complex in april. investigators say for the first time ever, both engines on the f-18 hornet failed. the right engine stalled. and the left engine also malfunctioned. they're still trying to figure out exactly caused the event. the pilots did manage to eject safely and miraculously. no one on the ground was killed. >>> with that we turn to the largest health care fraud settlement in the nation's history. prosecutors say drug maker, glaxosmithkline promote
Jul 2, 2012 3:00am PDT
mark in many cities over the weekend. shot up to 97 in baltimore. so hot in fact people were lining up for those much-coveted bags of ice. more now from abc's ginger zee. >> reporter: it's an epic heat wave. >> i think it is too hot. i am not a heat person. >> reporter: 105 in atlanta, georgia. 103, raleigh, north carolina, 103 for birmingham, alabama. big numbers under a huge heat dome. it is not a technical term. here's what it is. a high-pressure system that settles in and barely budges. here's how it works. high pressure compresses air to the ground increasing the molecule's energy and that warms it up all around us. that's the science. here's how it feels -- oppressive heat with no break. a gigantic fan offering relief at a golf tournament in atlanta. for this pup, took an icy treat to cool down. in atlanta, it was one too many overheated innings, the nationals pitcher pulled out of the game with heat exhaustion. across the river in new jersey, paramedics were responding to emergency heat-related calls, barraged by 20 an hour. >> we see a rise in asthma. we see a rise in respirato
Jul 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
these, a report of severe weather. outside new york city, the temperature yesterday was 104 in newark, new jersey. the temperature in baltimore, maryland was about 107 in that direction. so it takes big storms to break big heats. we promised you wild pictures. here's the wild pictures. [ thunder booming ] >> reporter: deafening thunder and rapid-fire lightning shocked the northeast wednesday afternoon. rain soaking city and catching residents off guard. in new york city, an electrifying 1,000 lightning strikes in just 15 minutes. >> wow. >> reporter: in central pennsylvania, hail the size of golfballs. in arlington, massachusetts, drivers on this street trapped in their cars for 40 minutes. >> that tree just came down. >> reporter: check out the time-lapsed video from clifton, new jersey. at noon, the skies were sunny and clear. by 4:00 p.m., massive storm clouds filled the sky leaving them virtually pitch black. even new yorkers turned into amateur storm chaser, capturing these images from their new york office buildings. as well as the flooded subways. this amazing photograph
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